Rodents can cause a lot of damage to feed and tack rooms, plus they can put your horses health in jeopardy. Learn how to control rodents in this months edition of the Horse Herald.
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Wild Weeds - Weed of the Month
Coral Ardisia is a small, upright shrub that was used extensively in the ornamental landscape industry. The dark glossy leaves and bright red berries are attractive, but also extremely ... READ MORE
Cool temperatures have slowly made their way into North Florida, but this fall planting season has shown anything other than cool temperatures. North Florida has experienced warmer temperatures more than usual the past few months and pests we ... READ MORE
Jay Capasso - UF/IFAS Columbia County Extension, Shinsuke Agehara - UF/IFAS Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Prissy Fletcher - UF/IFAS St. Johns County Extension.
Introduction: Globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus L) is an emerging ... READ MORE
Farmers, ranchers, nursery growers, and other agribusinesses face difficult challenges in keeping their operations profitable, especially through hazardous weather events. UF/IFAS Extension offers resources for agribusinesses in reporting damage, ... READ MORE
Fall season in Florida is officially here! With this, many are enjoying increased outdoor activities brought about by the pleasant, cool temperatures such as camping, hiking, and gathering around a fire. To help protect our natural ecosystems, ... READ MORE
UF/IFAS researchers are working on a decision-support app to help policy makers and growers decide the best regional treatment options for laurel wilt disease, which is challenging Florida’s $35 million-a-year avocado crop.
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There are many reasons why warm season lawns in Central Florida may have dead or dying areas. These problem areas can result from not only insect or disease pressure, but also from cultural problems including irrigation, fertilization or mowing ... READ MORE
Interested in growing your own? Need a gift for the green thumb? Give the gift that keeps on giving, or harvest your own homegrown hydroponic lettuce for your holiday meal!
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It finally feels like fall with cool temperatures moving into North Florida last week! Cool temperatures mean we can start planting crops that require cooler temperatures and shorter days to grow. Not many people know this, but strawberries ... READ MORE